Fighting Tickets in Alberta

On the day of my last exam in the spring semester, I raced home from the university so happy to finally be done for summer. I raced home at 105 km per hour according to the photo-radar bastards, exactly 15 km an hour over the posted limit. Now they want me to pay a cool $90 but I’m thinking of asking for a reduction. Gary shares his ticket fighting strategies and unless I’ll lose more money from not working that day, I’ll probably take his advice.

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Opps, I deleted my previous comment. What I wanted to say was: Go on a day when you are not working. The date shown on the ticket is the last day you have to go in. If the office is open you can go any old day you want. This makes it much easier for people to take part in the legal system by giving them time to trade shifts or come in on a regular day off. If you work in the afternoon, go first thing in the morning, and you'll be done by 9:30.

It's totally worth it.

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